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Negligence: Medical Malpractice – Instructional Error – ‘Roving Commission’

Where a verdict director in a medical malpractice case used a term that was never specifically defined by the instructions or by the evidence offered at trial, the use of the term constituted a roving commission for the jury because it failed to track the plaintiff's evidence at trial, so the judgment against the defendant-doctor ...
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